This will be Hamish’s first visit to Chelsea, though he is a familiar face at many other shows and fairs. He has teamed up with Wyatts Garden Centre, Chipping Norton, a company responsible for the stand planting at Chelsea.
Hamish will be exhibiting a range of sculptures including a life-sized highland stag bronze (in a numbered limited edition of 12) which he shot, sculpted and ate.
All of Hamish’s sculptures are limited editions made in England that are cast into bronze using the lost wax method.
As well as exhibiting at Chelsea, Hamish will have a stand at the CLA Game Fair at Belvoir Castle (24-26 July) and is planning his next solo show, to be held in The Gallery in Cork Street, London next October.
To find out more information about his work visit Hamish Mackie‘s website.
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